Jimmy "Catfish" Hunter Museum
Located in the Chamber building, the museum showcases Hertford's favorite son and National Baseball Hall of Famer Jim "Catfish" Hunter. Memorabilia from his days at Perquimans High School, the Kansas City and Oakland Athletics, the New York Yankees, and his Hall of Fame induction are on display.
Free admission, but donations are welcomed. Open M-F 9:30am-4:30pm. Saturdays by appt.
118 W Market St, Hertford. 252-426-5657
The Newbold White House is the oldest brick house in North Carolina that is still open to the public. Dating to 1730, the house is on the Nation Register of Historic Places and has been authentically restored and features period furnishings, fireplaces and a winding staircase. Local docents tell the story of Abraham and Judith Sanders, a colonial Quaker family.
Check website or call to confirm opening dates and times.
Racing Excitement at it's Best - 1/8th mile track, street, dragster, bike classes.
1099 Lake Rd, Hertford, 252-333-8442